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A Russian tourist knocked down 7 power poles and left several blocks in Phuket without electricity: the car turned into scrap. Photo

Karina VishnyakovaNews
A Russian citizen caused an accident in Thailand, blacking out several blocks of the resort island

On March 29, in the popular resort of Phuket, Thailand, a Russian man caused an accident that led to a power outage and a blackout in several blocks of Rawai Beach. A surveillance camera captured the car making a wrong turn and crashing into a power line pole.

This was reported by local TV channel 7HD. After that, the car turned around and hit parked vehicles, subsequently crashing into a building. As a result of the accident, seven poles were knocked down and five motorcycles and a sedan were damaged.

According to media reports, no one was injured, including a Russian tourist. Instead, the Russian's car turned into scrap metal. Local residents noted online that the Russian citizen repeatedly exceeded the speed limit on the road.

A Russian tourist knocked down 7 power poles and left several blocks in Phuket without electricity: the car turned into scrap. Photo

According to Phuket police, the 30-year-old offender lost control of the vehicle. He was charged with damaging public property and damaging private property. If he tests positive for alcohol, the driver will face a stricter sentence.

A Russian tourist knocked down 7 power poles and left several blocks in Phuket without electricity: the car turned into scrap. Photo

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